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Remembering Paris

Penguin Random House, Inc.

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Remembering Paris

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Author(s):

Denis Tillinac and André Renoux

Format:

hardcover

Page count:

136

ISBN:

978-2080136596

Size:

0.7" x 8.9" x 9.8"

Why We Love This

Even those who think they know Paris will be surprised and delighted by this captivating book, written and illustrated by two experts in the art of discovering the hidden Paris. In the course of his life Denis Tillinac has sought out the unspoiled courtyards, old-fashioned cafés, and elegant parks that keep Parisians in touch with their rich literary and artistic past. Tillinac's companion in nostalgia is the painter André Renoux, who has been painting the essence of Parisian life for the past 30 years, bringing to his canvases an affectionate eye for the storefronts, bistros, cafés, and squares that have not changed in the French capital for many years.

Why We Love This

Even those who think they know Paris will be surprised and delighted by this captivating book, written and illustrated by two experts in the art of discovering the hidden Paris. In the course of his life Denis Tillinac has sought out the unspoiled courtyards, old-fashioned cafés, and elegant parks that keep Parisians in touch with their rich literary and artistic past. Tillinac's companion in nostalgia is the painter André Renoux, who has been painting the essence of Parisian life for the past 30 years, bringing to his canvases an affectionate eye for the storefronts, bistros, cafés, and squares that have not changed in the French capital for many years.